Alex is an associate in both the firm’s Labor and Employment and Fair Housing and Public Accommodation practice groups.

Alex earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2021. While at the University of Virginia, Alex was Lead Articles Editor for the Journal of Law and Politics, President of the School of Law’s Virginia Bar Association Law School Council, and a Research Assistant to Richard C. Schragger and A.E. Dick Howard. Prior to attending law school, Alex spent three years as a recruiter for a national non-profit organization. Alex earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington and Lee University. Alex graduated magna cum laude, with Honors in History, from Washington and Lee in 2015, where he was elected Phi Beta Kappa.

    • Education

      J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 2021

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    • Admitted to Practice

      • Virginia
Relevant Experience
  • Regularly assists corporate clients contending with workplace COVID-19 issues, including drafting COVID-19 policies, reviewing accommodation requests, and developing regulatory compliance strategies.
Publications
  • Richard Schragger & C. Alex Retzloff, “The Failure of Home Rule Reform in Virginia: Race, Localism, and the Constitution of 1971,” Journal of Law and Politics, Vol. 37.2 (2022) (Forthcoming)
News / Publications
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